In the March of 2010, I traveled to the beautiful Himalyan kingdom of Bhutan and was captured with its natural beauty, the peace in its air, and a deeply religious way of life. I have not traveled to Buddhist states before (except Dharamsala, that famous abode of Dalai Lama), and this was an experience I will not forget. With serene and beautiful monasteries, recurrent stupas and prayer wheels moved by flowing water, Bhutan seems completely drenched in its religion. Yet it is a religion which does not seem to hinder progress or impose restrictions.
Here are my accounts of the travel: